Horse with no Rider 3.
What was the explanation? They spotted a bull somewhere and then got off the horses and left them untethered.
You got it. That's exactly what happened. They started riding up this narrow draw and they spotted the elk way up high. And so they tied the ponies up. And where they were, it was kind of a rocky outcropping without many mature trees. And so they tied them up to like basically little saplings. And I think it was a combination of bad tree selection. And yeah, they took off elk hunting and their ponies, took off back to camp. But at least they came back to camp and didn't hook a right and go back down to the trailer.
I notice you kindly. And that would be your job as an outfitter to kind of make your guys look good. But you said a mixture of poor tree choices. You didn't say stupidity. You left that part out.
Well, there's no rest for the stupid, and I prove it daily. But one thing I know for sure is you always blame your guide.